Shocking moment Sainsbury's security guard 'PUNCHES' boy in the face after he 'stole' from storeMay 26, 2022
A SAINSBURY’S security guard has been caught on camera “punching” a young boy after accusing him of stealing.
Shocking footage posted online shows a young man being approached by the guard before lashing out in front of horrified shoppers.
He appears to punch the lad in the face, knocking him backwards, before a second security guard steps in between them at the Elephant and Castle store.
The guard can be heard saying “I punch him?” before trying to move out of the way of the camera.
He added: “It’s all on camera, so then he punched me first. He is stealing.
“If he pushed me first, then he pushed me first.”
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A second guard can then be heard saying “no one was punched”, in an attempt to calm the situation.
Posting the footage online, one witness said: “Please everyone share this video I want it to go viral, I want that security guard to be sacked for punching two boys in their faces.
“He wrongly accused two young school kids of stealing from Sainsbury’s in Elephant & Castle.
"I was pushed and also accused of stealing because I helped the two young black boys and I was the only other person really of colour to step in and help them.
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“They were wrongly accused of stealing when all they were doing was getting their bikes and therefore they was stop and harassed.
"So one boy pushed the security guard off him then he was assaulted multiple times because they was too young black boys basically.
“I’m sick of seeing black kids being hurt and nobody stands up for them… well not today I’m not having it. I want something done.
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“He was the rudest guy I’ve met doing a job for a reputable company like Sainsbury’s.”
A Sainsbury's spokeswoman said: "We are urgently investigating this incident."
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